The Construction of Subjectivity
The doctrinal antagonisms that have appeared in the history of philosophy have often been an expression of tensions existing in those very problems that have generated philosophical thinking. I think that the fundamental task of phenomenology must consist in the clarification of those problems, insofar as they are constituted by strictly phenomenal situations that have provided both the riddles provoking philosophical theories as well as the basic materials for their theoretical construction.
KeywordsPersonal Pronoun Intentional Object Conscious Activity Objective Field Possessive Pronoun
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